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Posted by millie on Thursday, October 22, 2009 at 11:31am.

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1. will addding a strong acid (HNO3) to a solution that is 0.010M in Ag(NH3)2(^+) will tend to dissociate the complex ion into Ag+ and NH4+

2.adding a strong acid (HNO3)to a solution that is 0.010M in AgBr2(^-) will tend to dissociate the complex ion into Ag+ and Br-

3.to dissolve AgI, one can add either NaCN or HCN as a source fo the cyanide-complexing ligand. Fewer moles of NaCN would be required.

4. Solution A is 0.10M in Br- and contains the complex ion Ag(Br)2(^-). Solution B is 0.10M in CN- and contains the complex ion Ag(CN)2 (^-). Solution B will have more particles of complex ion per particle of Ag+ than solution A.

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